Nathalia Osorio is an associate in the Debt Finance practice of White & Case's New York office. Nathalia's practice focuses primarily on the representation of agent banks, senior lenders, lead arrangers, investors, private equity funds and other borrowers in connection with secured and unsecured syndicated credit facilities and leveraged acquisition financings which are domestic and global in nature. Nathalia is involved in all aspects of structuring, negotiating and documenting such transactions, including the negotiation of credit agreements, security arrangements and intercreditor arrangements.
Prior to joining White & Case, Nathalia acted as debt finance counsel at other prominent New York law firms.
Representation of UBS AG, Stamford Branch as arranger on an incremental term loan facility for ION Trading Technologies S.a r.l. and ION Trading Finance Limited's credit agreement. The transaction included US$1.32 billion of initial dollar term loans and €670 million of initial euro loans, the proceeds of which were used, in part, to acquire Fidessa Group plc, a publicly traded UK company. The transaction was awarded the 2019 North America Leveraged Loan of the Year by the International Financing Review.
Representation of Bayport Colombia S.A., a subsidiary of leading specialist credit provider Bayport Management Limited, on its entry into a COP-denominated secured loan agreement of up to US$150 million through a Colombian trust established by Bayport Colombia S.A., as borrower, and a syndicate of leading international lenders.
Samay and Kallpa Generación
Representation of Nautilus Energy Partners, a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, in the refinancing of a US$200 million bridge loan to partially finance the acquisition of the capital stock of both Samay and Kallpa Generación by the Inkia Energy group.
Millennium Trust Company
Representation of Credit Suisse AG, Cayman Islands Branch, as first lien administrative agent, first lien collateral agent, L/C Issuer and lender in connection with US$700 million in credit facilities, consisting of a US$610 million term loan facility and a US$90 million revolving facility, and as second lien administrative agent and second lien collateral agent in connection with a US$245 million term loan facility to finance the acquisition of Millennium Trust Company LLC.